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OpenAIRE at the conference Bibliotheca Academica 2010, Brno, 2 November 2010

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Presented by Mojca Kotar at the conference Bibliotheca Academica 2010, Brno, 2 November 2010

Presented by Mojca Kotar at the conference Bibliotheca Academica 2010, Brno, 2 November 2010

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  • 1. Open access in Slovenia and OpenAIRE project
  • 2. Contents National research environment Current OA situation in Slovenia OpenAIRE project Conference Open access to the achievements of Slovenian scientists OA in Slovenia tomorrow M. Kotar, Bibliotheca Academica 2010, November 2, 20102
  • 3. Slovenia Independent state since 1991 Member of EU since 2004 Adopted EUR in 2007 2 mill. inhabitants M. Kotar, Bibliotheca Academica 2010, November 2, 2010 3
  • 4. National research environment
  • 5. Research Research and Development Act (2002): the results of research, financed from government funds, are public App. 13.000 researchers Slovenian current research information system SICRIS Major funders: Slovenian Research Agency & Slovenian Technology Agency 1,66 % of GDP, 6 % of this from abroad M. Kotar, Bibliotheca Academica 2010, November 2, 20105
  • 6. Universities University of Ljubljana 54.000 students, 3.500 lecturers and researchers, 39 libraries, no central university library, 169 librarians and information specialists + CTK + NUK University of Maribor 24.000 students, lecturers, researchers, 11 libraries coordinated by the university library, 92 librarians and information specialists University of Primorska 7.000 students, lecturers, researchers, 5 libraries, 8 librarians University of Nova Gorica 800 students, lecturers, researchers, 1 library, 3 librarians  Rectors’ Conference of RS M. Kotar, Bibliotheca Academica 2010, November 2, 2010 6
  • 7. Institutes Jožef Stefan Institute Scientific Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts National Institute of Chemistry Institute of Oncology Agricultural Institute of Slovenia  Coordination of Independent Research Institutes of Slovenia M. Kotar, Bibliotheca Academica 2010, November 2, 20107
  • 8. Current OA situation in Slovenia
  • 9. Situation Weak awareness among funders, researchers, research managers, librarians No funder or institutional mandates for depositing publications or data from publicly financed research into OA repositories None of institutions signed any of the open access declarations No joint policy towards publishing of open access journals M. Kotar, Bibliotheca Academica 2010, November 2, 20109
  • 10. Major actions so far (1) Rectors’ Conference suggested the establishment of a national repository connected with SICRIS to the Ministry for Science, Higher Education and Technology and to the Slovenian Research Agency (Dec. 2009)  ministry acknowledged the receipt of letter  research agency supports the idea M. Kotar, Bibliotheca Academica 2010, November 2, 201010
  • 11. Major actions so far (2) Competitiveness of Slovenia public tender (April 2010): − gradual set up of open data system − deposit of data from publicly financed research in Slovenia M. Kotar, Bibliotheca Academica 2010, November 2, 201011
  • 12. DRIVER-compliant repositories Digital Library of Slovenia – dLib.si (serves as national DRIVER aggregator) Digital Library of the University of Maribor – DKUM EPrints.FRI ELPUB (discontinued) M. Kotar, Bibliotheca Academica 2010, November 2, 201012
  • 13. Non DRIVER-compliant repositories Univ. Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics Univ. Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences M. Kotar, Bibliotheca Academica 2010, November 2, 201013
  • 14. Other OA sources 20 OA journals in DOAJ Rare OA monographs Social Science Data Archives Specialised OA databases Public sector information M. Kotar, Bibliotheca Academica 2010, November 2, 201014
  • 15. OpenAIRE project
  • 16. Communication in science Major part of published research financed from public funds Access controlled with subscription (spiraling costs) Copyright limitations M. Kotar, Bibliotheca Academica 2010, November 2, 201016
  • 17. Open access ICT enables the establishment of OA environment No subscription or copyright limitations Higher visibility and impact Efficient use of public funds M. Kotar, Bibliotheca Academica 2010, November 2, 201017
  • 18. EU response Obligatory deposit of research publications into OA repositories European Commission: Open Access Pilot in FP7 European Research Council: Guidelines for OA  Organisation and technical support within OpenAIRE project M. Kotar, Bibliotheca Academica 2010, November 2, 201018
  • 19. Open Access Pilot in FP7 August 2008 till the end of FP7 (2013) 7 areas Grant Agreement, Special Clause 39: − deposit peer reviewed research articles or final manuscripts resulting from their FP7 projects into an online repository − ensure open access to these articles in 6 or 12 months M. Kotar, Bibliotheca Academica 2010, November 2, 201019
  • 20. European Research Council Similar requirements as FP7 Pilot Additionally: immediate deposit of data, OA in 6 months M. Kotar, Bibliotheca Academica 2010, November 2, 2010 20
  • 21. OpenAIRE project (1) Open Access Infrastructure for Research in Europe Support FP7 Pilot and ERC Guidelines Duration: 1. 12. 2009−30. 11. 2012 Budget: 5 mio EUR 38 partners from 26 EU countries and Norway From Slovenia: University of Ljubljana www.openaire.eu M. Kotar, Bibliotheca Academica 2010, November 2, 201021
  • 22. OpenAIRE project (2) OA infrastructure European helpdesk Orphan repository OpenAIRE portal Explore research data management M. Kotar, Bibliotheca Academica 2010, November 2, 201022
  • 23. European Helpdesk (National Contact Points) OpenAIRE Project Overview23 Coordinator Iryna
  • 24. OpenAIRE Project Overview24
  • 25. OpenAIRE Project Overview25 www.openaire.eu
  • 26. Conference Open access to the achievements of Slovenian scientists Ljubljana, October 27−28, 2010 http://www.zbds-zveza.si/academic_2010.asp
  • 27. Sessions Open access worldwide Open access in Slovenia Open access and research evaluation Open access in Slovenia tomorrow (also round table) M. Kotar, Bibliotheca Academica 2010, November 2, 201027
  • 28. Open access in Slovenia tomorrow
  • 29. Open access tomorrow 8th Framework Programme: 2014− Neelie Kroes: »all publicly-funded research should be freely and publicly available, rather than locked behind the paid-subscription firewalls of scientific publishers« Slovenia will have to build the national infrastructure of open access to the achievements of Slovenian scientists M. Kotar, Bibliotheca Academica 2010, November 2, 201029
  • 30. Open access in Slovenia tomorrow Funder mandate Institutional mandates (to complement with) National helpdesk National repository or national aggregator, connected with SICRIS Slovenian OA journals: − register in DOAJ − subscription print journals, frequently free pdfs: enter info into Sherpa RoMEO M. Kotar, Bibliotheca Academica 2010, November 2, 201030
  • 31. Useful source Recommendations for Implementation of Open Access in Denmark (Daniela) M. Kotar, Bibliotheca Academica 2010, November 2, 201031
  • 32. Thank you for your attention! mojca.kotar@uni-lj.si University of Ljubljana M. Kotar, Bibliotheca Academica 2010, November 2, 201032